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Creating Custom Pages
Create portal pages by logging into My webMethods using the SysAdmin user account or another user account that is a member of the Admin role. To build a page, you must switch to page editing mode. In page editing mode, the system administrator user interface changes to display a Tools tab on the left and the custom page on the right. The Tools tab lists portlets that you can add to the custom page.
To create a custom page
1. As system administrator, navigate to the folder where the new page is to reside. If the folder you want to use does not exist, create it.
*If you want to add the page to the My webMethods Applications navigation, navigate to a location within:
Folders > My webMethods Applications > Fabric Tasks
*If you want to add the page to a different taxonomy, it is recommended that you use a location within either of the following:
*Folders (root folder)
*Folders > Public Folders
2. In the folder title bar, click Tools > New > Page.
3. In the New Page window, do the following:
a. In the Name field, type the name of the new page.
b. In the Description field, optionally type a description of the new page.
c. Click Create.
4. Open the new page you just created by clicking the link for the page.
5. In the page title bar, click Tools > Edit Page to switch to page editing mode.
6. Set the page properties. For instructions, see Page Properties and Setting Page Properties.
7. Define the page layout. For instructions, see Controlling the Page Layout.
8. Build the page by performing the tasks listed in the table below.
For more information, see...
Add portlets by dragging portlets from the Tools tab on to the page canvas.
Position the portlets on the page.
Set the portlet properties.
Optionally, set up portlet aliases.
Optionally, wire the portlets.
9. In the page title bar, click Save.
To make your new page available, you can:
*Provide the page URL so that users can access it directly. Make the URL simpler by assigning the page an alias. For example, if you assign the page the alias “MyCustomPage”, users can enter the following URL where host_name is the My webMethods Server host name and port_number is its port number.
For more information about how to assign aliases, see Setting Page Properties.
*Add the page to the My webMethods navigation so that users can select it from there. For more information, see Adding Selections to the My webMethods Navigation.
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